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The ETSU Center of Excellence in Early Childhood Learning and Development is currently
contracted to be
the external evaluator for Family Free’s WOVEN program. WOVEN is designed to work with women whose infants have been diagnosed with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) or are at-risk for NAS. Families Free is a local non-profit, faith-based organization “whose passion is to restore communities through the transformation of families who are vulnerable.” Families Free has received funding from Tennessee Department of Health to serve mothers of (NAS) infants through the WOVEN program. Parenting and case management support are provided to help mothers reach their goals for recovery and a better life. Learn more about Families Free and the Woven program HERE
The staff of the Child Study Center was recently recognized by the ETSU Office of Human Resources. This resulted in the creation of the first Employee Recognition Video Spotlight.
Congratulations to the Child Study Center staff!